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News from all parts of the West. LA JUNTA, COLORADO. Mrs. GreeD spent a few days in Pu eblo. Mr. Collins, after a stay of six months, has decided to return to Pu eblo to the regret of his many friends. Mrs. Marshall entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Rev. Sanders and Rev. Soil?. Mrs. Worthy is improving. Mrs. Medlev is able to lie up again. Mr. Lawson is very ill. Mr. Clemins is in disposed. Mesdames Marshal, Davis, Scott, Johnson and Badgett were ths guests of Mrs. Gross of Rocky Ford Sunday. Exercises were held Sunday at Hubbard Chapel in honor of Bishop Allen, The literary is progressing nicely. The stewards of the churah gave a supper last week that was a success, realizing $60. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Rev. Jones and wife who have been indisposed are convalescing.] Jeff Click, one of our popular [Citi zens, left for the Grand Arizona, where be expects to be gone until fall. For an evening entertainment you should attend the Payno dancing academy. Rev. Thornton has alx>ut completed a nice house in the highland. Dr. Harrison will leave in a few days for Elpaso on a business trip. It is desired by the citizens of the two territories that the anti gambling bill that ie before Congrees become a law. The revival meeting that has been conducted at the A. M. E. Church for the past week closed Friday. The Dixie Carnival has been in our city for two weeks. Jim Crosby, the comedian who loft the Richard & Pringle minstrels in this city, has put on a play with the Carnival Co. Take Tue Statesman for the good fresh news. Its columns are not con tinually filled with news copied from other papers that is from two to three weeks old and will in time cease to 1m of interest to the readers. Many weekly papers adopt this method of keeping their column filled but the THE S.ATESMAN, DENVER, COLORADO. editor of The Statesman, being a close I observer saw the mistake and is al-1 ways filling his columns with fresh i news, ft is the most popular paper in the West. Pl'EBLO, COLORADO Rev. J. P. Watson is in Cripple! Creek this week. Wm. King and wife are preparing j to leave the city. Mr. and Mrs. Milton have puachas ed a ranch and will move on it. Bert Cunningham left this week for Kansas City and Hot Springs The W.C T. U. will meet Wednes dap afternoon at St. Paul’s Church. I Mrs. J. S. Young entertained the Mothers Excelsior Club Wednesday afternoon.* ~ — A surprise was tendered Rev. Bray and wife Thursday evening. Invitations are out announcing the marriage of Miss Edith Bray and Mr. H. Settle at St. Paul’s A. M. E. Church next Tuesday. Mrs. A. E. Bohanan, who has been visiting here for the past two weeks was the recipient of many social fa vors She left Saturday for her home. Mrs. Beulah Baker has been ap pointed Corresponding Secretary of the State Federation of Colored Wo men's Clubs, to filled the unexpired term of Miss Hazel Lincoln. The ap pointment was made by the State President, Mrs. Ida Joyce Jaskson. Noab Jenerson died Monday of last week from an operation. The re mains were shipped to his home in Carthage. Mrs. Hattie Lawrence died of heart failure at the residence of Rev. Bray. The deceased was an old resi dent of this city but has been living in Waisenbnrg for the past two years. She returned to the city a week prior to her [death. She was a devoted member of Bethlehem Church from which she was buried. A husband five children and two brothers are left. Do Youf Bren the astronomer doesn't know what the other side of the moon looks like. But he knows why he doesn't know.—Somerville Journal. WANTED. ! The whereabouts of Hear; Brooks or Doc Brooks, who was 10 Boulder in June and Denver in August. Rhode Brooks. Glenwood Springs, Colo 3 16 A BIG SNAP—NEEDS MONEY. 2,400 shares of Golden Chest Min ing Company for sulc at the very low price of 15 cents. Inquire of J. S Cable, Brighton, Colo. This must be sold at once. Will sell part. Torture By Savages. “Speaking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes In the Phil ipplnes subject their captives, re minds me of the Intense Buffering 1 endured for three months from Inflam Imatlon of the Kidneys." says W. M. Sherman, of Cushing, Me. “Nothing helped me until I tried Kleetrlc Bit ters, three bottles of which complete-! ly cured me.” Cures IJver Com-, VISITORS TO DENVER Will apprecite the cleanliness, the expert workmanship, and most of all the artesian water used exclusively in ORAN C. GOENS’ BARBER SHOP, 1226 EIGHTEENTH ST. Newly Fitted Out. Hot and Cold Fine Line of Cigars. Baths. ANDERSON & CO. The colored dealers 2527 Larimer street. Phone Main 5445 Flour, feed, kindling and farm produce. Any grade of coal delivered at market price. G.W. Andrews Painting’ Paper Hanging B - F - Harris, aid Kalsomlnlng EXPREBS NO . 44^ Phone 3093 white 2024 Washington Avc stand , 9 * champa plaint, Dyspepsia, Blood Disorders and Malaria; and restores the weak and nervous to robust health. Guaranteed by all druggists. Price 50c. What Webater Wanted. Daniel Webster once dined with an old Boston merchant, and when the) came to the wine a dusty old bottle was carefully npcngd by the servant 1 and passed to the Jiost. Taking the bottle, he tilled Webster's glass ant handed It to him Then, pouring out another for hlmsetf he heid It to the light und said: "Tow do you like It, Mr. Webster" "I think It Is a fine speclm-n of old port." "Now. ran you guess what It cost me?" asked the host. "Surely not," said Webster. "I only know that it Is excellent." "Well, now. I can tell you. for I made a careful estimate the other' day When I add the Interest to the first price t Unit that It ooeto me the sum of Just 11.25 per glass" "Good gracious! You don't say to?' cried Webster And then, draining his glass, says a biographer, he presented it agnln. with the remark: "Fill It up again as quick as you can. for I want to stop that confound-* ed Interest!"